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Editorial Cartoons Are Stale, Simplistic, and Just Not Funny

When I heard that Politico won its first Pulitzer Prize this week, I assumed that the site had been recognized for the way it tirelessly handicaps the state of play in Washington. But rather than honor one of Politico’s scoop-hungry stars, the Pulitzer committee recognized a guy I’d never heard of: Matt Wuerker, its editorial cartoonist.
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A Month of Pulitzer Prize Winning Cartoons - Day 25

Entertainment / Comic Books : Comics Should Be Good! (6 years ago)

I thought it would be an interesting look into our nation’s political cartoon history if, this month, I took a look at a different editorial cartoon each day that won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning. Do note that we’re t... Read Post

A Month of Pulitzer Prize Winning Cartoons - Day 26

Entertainment / Comic Books : Comics Should Be Good! (6 years ago)

I thought it would be an interesting look into our nation’s political cartoon history if, this month, I took a look at a different editorial cartoon each day that won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning. Do note that we’re t... Read Post

Go, Read: Michael Cavna Handicaps The Cartooning Pulitzer

Entertainment / Comic Books : The Comics Reporter (3 years ago)

The Pulitzer Prize nominations come out on Monday, and Michael Cavna of the Washington Post is taking this occasion to look at the editorial cartooning field and see what's likely in terms of the names the Pulitzer folks will put ou... Read Post


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